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In 1917, G. K. Chesterton began A Short History of England with these words which, mutatis mutandis, might be said of our own 1619 Projects and other such pernicious nonsenses: It will be very reasonably asked why I should consent, though upon a sort of challenge, to write even a popular essay in English history, who […]

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